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IMPORTANT - LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS

Basildon Healthcare Library is providing a vitual service so please email us with all your queries library@btuh.nhs.uk. The mailbox is monitored Monday-Friday 8.30am -4.30pm. The Librarys space is still available 24/7.

Harlow Healthcare Library and the computer rooms are CLOSED but we are providing a virtual service. The Library team is available via email from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Email: paht.lib.desk@nhs.net, 01279 827021

You can renew your books on ELMS with your user ID (barcode number at the back of your Library card) and PIN (4 digits of your YEAR of birth).

Email the Library for OpenAthens enquiries or vist the NHS Athens page on this website .

You can watch short videos developped by colleagues at Papworth for Reflective Writing, Academic Writing, Writing for publication, Critical Appraisal Resource.

Contact details can be found on the contact page.

For information resources available about Covid-19, please check our Coronavirus page on this website.

Basildon & Harlow Healthcare Libraries

are multidisciplinary libraries which support all NHS and Social Care staff including Students on placement based in Essex, in their everyday working practice. The Library provides electronic resources, details of which are available on this website. We support a wide range of activities, from evidence-based practice to professional development to research.

Basildon Healthcare Library is working with the library at Princess Alexandra Hospital at Harlow to develop a consistent, high quality library service to two Trusts, improving standards, streamlining current processes and introducing new services such as a Clinical Librarian Service across the sites.

Welcome to the Library video


Library News

UpToDate Anywhere

MSE and Princess Alexandra Staff have access to UpToDate Anywhere which allows you to install the App on up to 2 mobile devices for quicker access. Please find instructions on how to set this up at Basildon and Harlow.

KnowledgeShare

KnowledgeShare_logo is our targeted current awareness service. The alerts include resources like guidelines, systematic reviews and selected high-level journals - you will not be inundated with primary research articles. Please complete a registration form to set up current awareness service tailored to your professional interests. In order to access the KnowledgeShare system you need to log in using your OpenAthens ID.

BNF & BNFC App

The BNF & BNFC App is available to NHS staff and gives you access to practical, evidence-based medicines information wherever you are. The BNF Publications App can be downloaded from the App Store for iOS devices, and Google Play for Android devices.

HSJ

HSJ

All staff have access to HSJ when registering with a valid MSE & PAH email account.

HSJ is unique in covering all aspects of english healthcare.

HSJ local is an invaluable resource that allows you to keep up-to-date with your local NHS organisations, preparing you for any conversations that you may have.

You can access a user guide online to help you make the most of the service.

Be sure to download the HSJ App.

Oxford Handbooks Collection: a collaborative purchase by Library & Knowledge Services in Essex

Oxford Medicine Online provides staff with access to over 60 Oxford Handbook titles in medical and surgical specialties.

You can access the ebooks with your NHS OpenAthens. Click here, enter your login details and select "NHS England" as your organisation.

The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures

closureThe Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures provides evidence-based clinical skills and procedures related to essential aspects of a patient's care with a valid NHS OpenAthens password.

   

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ELMS CATALOGUE

elms library catalogue

Click on the tree logo above to search our stock, renew, request material and also for evidence search request.

New Stock

New books recently added at Basildon

Harlow

YouTube tutorial on using ELMS